North Fulton CID, City of Alpharetta Open Phase II of Windward Parkway Project

An official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the $7.18 million infrastructure project will be held on Nov. 17

The North Fulton Community Improvement District (CID) and the City of Alpharetta will officially open Windward Parkway Phase II — the CID’s most recently completed infrastructure project — during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on November 17, a spokesperson tells What Now Atlanta.

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“Phase II of the Windward Parkway project will reduce congestion in North Fulton by adding a new triple-left-turn lane to improve transportation flow entering Windward Parkway from Georgia 400 northbound,” they said in an email. “The project also incorporates a third westbound lane from the interchange to Deerfield Parkway/Westside Parkway and a double left turn for those travelling southbound on Westside Parkway from Windward Parkway.”

The $7.18 million project is funded by the North Fulton CID, the City of Alpharetta, Georgia Department of Transportation, State Road and Tollway Authority, and Fulton County. Georgians and visitors can already drive on the Windward Parkway portion and the third left turn lane will be completed by the end of the month.

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  1. Road, roads, more roads.

    triple-left-turn lane

    How many turning lanes do you build before you realize this isn’t a sustainable model for development?

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